The Impossible Project refurbishes old Polaroid cameras to resell them but now, they've taken on a new venture of their own, by announcing their very own camera. Starting May 10, the I-7 will be available for $300, and while it looks initially simple, the camera has an LED ring flash around the lens, and it can handle both the original Polaroid type 600 film (which has been discontinued) and Impossible Project's reverse-engineered type 600 film.

It comes with brand new connected features that the company has built in and connects to a companion app via Bluetooth, which allows users full manual control, including shutter speed, aperture, flash strength, and remote firing. It's also rechargeable via USB.